New Resources to Keep Older Drivers Safe
Nearly $400 million coming for construction and development of 20 projectsodx-read-more about the article: New Resources to Keep Older Drivers Safe
Roadside workers plead with drivers to keep them safe
Family members also ask motorists to do the right thingodx-read-more about the article: Roadside workers plead with drivers to keep them safe
Final list of major-new projects approved by TRAC
Projects will improve transportation through the stateodx-read-more about the article: Final list of major-new projects approved by TRAC
ODOT working to prevent costly landslides and rockslides
$35 million being invested in dozens of projectsodx-read-more about the article: ODOT working to prevent costly landslides and rockslides
National Work Zone Awareness Week
ODOT and partners remind drivers to be extra alert on the road in work zones.odx-read-more about the article: National Work Zone Awareness Week
With the mission to provide safe and easy movement of people and goods from place to place, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) supports the state highway system and promotes transportation initiatives statewide. As a more than $3 billion per year enterprise, ODOT invests the bulk of its resources in system preservation through maintenance, construction, and snow and ice operations.
ODOT's regional district offices and Central Office divisions work together to fulfill the department's mission of providing safe and easy movement of people and goods from place to place. Use the carousels below to find your local district office or learn more about our divisions.
Meet Our Districts
ODOT's local operations occur through 12 regional districts. District offices oversee construction and maintenance of highways within their respective regions. Many common concerns can be addressed a local level through these offices. Learn more
Meet Our Divisions
Our divisions within our Central Office in Columbus work alongside our regional districts to accomplish internal and external operations. Learn more
Featured ODOT Resources
The Adopt-A-Highway program allows communities and residents of Ohio to help keep our state clean and free from litter.
Learn about some common ODOT functions and responsibilities, from traffic signals to highway drainage.
Roadway Defects and Damage Claims
Experience damage as a result of a pothole or debris on a state highway? Use this form to report it to us.
ODOT Email Updates
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Projects Open for Public Comment
Learn more about transportation projects currently open for public comment.
Need some help or want to contact us? Let us point you in the right direction!
View and order the official Ohio transportation map, and access other various state maps.
Know before you go with Ohio's official traffic website and mobile app! See traffic alerts; weather, flooding and incident-related road closures; current road conditions; live cameras; and more.